Communication Studies

Department of Communication Studies News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Communication Studies. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

  • Mexican Artists Visit Emerson and Boston for Día de los Muertos Events

    The Department of Communication Studies at Emerson College will be host a variety of special events dedicated to the Dia De Los Muertos Mexican holiday, featuring three Mexican artists, David Silvah, Nuria Bak and Claudia Rodriguez, who will honor student Jocelyn Straus and actor Robin Williams.

  • Ted Gup

    Gup remembers Bradlee in the New York Times

    Journalism Professor Ted Gup remembers legendary newsman Ben Bradlee, who died on Tuesday, October 21, at 93.

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    Family Weekend 2014 celebrated

    Hundreds of students and their parents participated in Family Weekend 2014, held October 17-19, with events ranging from the annual President’s Breakfast, Family Weekend Talent Showcase, EVVY Award Showcase, and numerous “Mini College Sessions” in classrooms with faculty members.

  • Market Basket

    Reporter, publicist talk Market Basket

    A Boston Globe reporter and a publicist for Market Basket participated in a discussion October 20 about how the crisis that rocked the New England supermarket chain Market Basket over the summer was handled in the media.

  • Scott Ratzan

    Ratzan, MA '86, comments for CNBC on ebola

    Alumnus, health communicator, and member of the CDC Board of Scientific Counselors on Infectious Diseases Dr. Scott Ratzan shares his point of view on Ebola communication to date.

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    Deffebach '15 interns at Institute of World Politics

    Journalism major Tyler Deffebach ’15 is rounding out his senior year with some exciting hands-on experience: He is interning at the Institute of World Politics as part of Emerson’s Washington, DC, Program.

  • Murowel

    Lost Boy of Sudan an Emerson student

    William Kohl Muorwel '17 was 8 years old when his Sudanese village was attacked by soldiers. Now, Muorwel, a "Lost Boy of Sudan," is enrolled at Emerson College, where he wants to learn about audio/visual production and share his story with fellow students.

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    WERS students prepare for Live Music Week

    Students who work at WERS-FM (88.9) are preparing for some long—but exciting—days ahead as the Emerson radio station launches its biannual Live Music Week, October 18–26.

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